Leggiadro Reopens Beverly Hills Boutique


Image: Leggiadro.com

Luxury fashion brand Leggiadro has reopened its Beverly Hills boutique on N. Canon Drive, after seven years on Melrose Place. Known for its high-end sportswear, Leggiadro has just reopened its West Coast flagship store in a new location on N. Canon Drive.

The brand currently has thirteen boutiques nationwide in places like Dallas, Sarasota, Palm Desert, Palm Beach, New York and more. Founded in 1985, the brnad is a family-owned business known for using luxurious fabrics sourced in Italy, according to The Beverly Hills Courier.

“Our collection offers new styles shipping almost weekly and the new location offers our customers a convenient way to stop by on a regular basis,” said Leggiadro’s president Brooks Ross.

Creative director Ann Ross told The Beverly Hills Courier, I’ve always loved the unique character of Melrose Place, but Beverly Hills is where Leggiadro is truly at home. The Beverly Hills customer is a sophisticated woman who knows and understands the finest luxury details.”

According to Leggiadro’s website, the term “leggiadro” is an Italian word meaning aesthetically beautiful, with lightness and grace. The brand uses natural fabrics, woven and knit with stretch that is hand selected from the finest mills in France, Italy and Switzerland. Leggiadro’s signature colors include rich hues with unique prints.

Ann Ross is a former fashion editor with a passion for life that fuels “the continued grown of the collection.”

The new store is located at 432 North Canon Drive in Beverly Hills. It is open from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and the store manage is Anne Devlin.

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